Established June 24, 1762
Charlotte Park and Wildlife Refuge
June 22

 The Charlotte Park and Wildlife Refuge is 290 acres of open meadows, active agricultural fields, forests, and trails with views of Lake Champlain, the Green Mountains, and the Adirondacks. Native plants and animals make this scenic part of Charlotte their home. All are welcome to walk or ski on all trails and ride horses on the gravel ones. Biking is prohibited. Also keep in mind that this is a wildlife refuge, so dogs are not allowed!

Please check out our gallery of photos

Invasive Species

Information about invasive species!

Check out the Nature Conservancy's website on Vermont's invasive species!


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